My mashup of Star Lord from Guardians of the Galaxy and The Rocketeer.
This is awesome.
Love Danny Haas’s work
pic of us from #tampabaycomiccon2014
No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and P:R Pal Babs Tarr are taking over Batgirl with issue #35. This is the BEST.
More info here!
Been sitting on this news for weeks! SO PSYCHED to see such an excellent redesign and to know this character I adore is in such capable hands. Well done, Team Batgirl.
Love this batgirl redesign. Might want to cosplay this one someday :)
I can finally talk about the fact that kellysue deconnick is coming to Dragon*Con!
Dragon*Con Comics Track and the Comics And Popular Arts Academic Conference have been collaborating for 7 years, now, but our invitation to kellysue is one the projects of which I’m proudest.
Thank you so much, Ms. DeConnick, for accepting our offer, and we hope to make your first Dragon*Con an experience that you’ll treasure!
Thank you for being the one that made it happen, Damien.
Hawkeye tries to teach Thor how to use slang.
Miss Lane debuted her latest Disney costume at WDW Sunday for Dapper Day. She cosplayed at the Magic Kingdom as Jane Porter (from Disney’s Tarzan) and she really had a blast and met tons of very dapper friends. :D
At the top I made a little collage of construction pics I snapped while sewing her costume. (I was up until 4am Sunday morning -four hours before we left for the park- so sadly I didn’t snap pics of some of the pieces coming together in the end.) I started out with a bright yellow tablecloth I found at Goodwill for $4.99. The color was perfect and just screamed Jane to me. (I’ve wanted to sew her costume forever and finally did it! YAY!) I created a bustle with steel hooping for her to wear under the dress (she also had a crinoline I made out of some netting.) The hat is from Children’s Place and I just changed out the band around it. The belt is a remnant of brown suede and the tie was a scrap leftover from the hat band material. The little parasol was a lace one I found at a thrift store and I took it apart and sewed a new cover to make it look more like Jane’s. I ran out of time so it’s missing the tassles and a few minor details, but I may revisit it before she wears it again. I kind of just made up the pattern and draped it as I went. They really don’t make bustle dress patterns in 18-24 month sizes. ;) All in all I’m very happy with the finished dress and she was such a trooper wearing it around the park all day. It’s was quite warm, too—but she kept the hat and gloves on the entire time, and for a 2 year old toddler, that’s saying something! :D I’m so proud of my little cosplayer.